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Monday- 10/20/1955: The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King is published, completing what was originally intended as a single volume. 

Tuesday- 10/21/1956: the first princess of geekdom Carrie Fisher, AKA Leia Organa Solo (born Leia Amidala Skywalker….the princess, not Carrie) a very Happy Birthday!

Best known for her part in the original Star Wars trilogy, and will reprise the character in coming Star Wars Episode VII.

She is also known for her bestselling novel Postcards from the Edge and screenplay for a film of the same name, as well as her autobiographical one-woman play and the non-fiction book Wishful Drinking she based it on.

Born today on October 21st 1956 in Beverly Hills, California. As the daughter of singer Eddie Fisher and actress Debbie Reynolds.

A truly remarkable woman, who has come a long long way…

Wednesday- 10/22/1938: Christopher Lloyd who played Doc Emmett Brown in Back to the Future, John Bigboote in Buckaroo Bonzai and more is born 

Thursday- 10/23/1959: Music parodist ‘Weird Al’ Yankovic is born! On a personal note he’s also one of the men who entertained & inspired a young kid in the 80’s that would one day create certain funny t-shirt company. Happy Birthday Al!

Friday- 10/24/1991: Gene Roddenberry, the creator of Star Trek, Andromeda and Earth: Final Conflict, dies at the age of 70

Saturday- 10/25/2010: After more than 30 years, Sony pulls the plug on its cassette Walkman. 

Sunday- 10/26/1962: Cary Elwes (of the Princess Bride) is born. Or is he the Dread Pirate Roberts?

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Monday- 10/13/2006: Cartoonist Hilda Terry, creator of Teena & the first woman allowed to join the Nat’l Cartoonists Society dies at age 92

Tuesday- 10/14/2011: Apple releases the iPhone 4S to stores worldwide, introducing Siri and her amazing abilities 

Wednesday- 10/15/1981: The Evil Dead is released. It would go on to become a cult classic and spawn the careers of Sam Raimi and Bruce Campbell. Which would then one day lead to a jazz dancing symbiote possessed dark side Tobey Maguire Spiderman.

Thursday- 10/16/1923: The Walt Disney company is found by Walt and Roy Disney. 

Friday- 10/17/1962: Michael Craig “Mike” Judge, who created and starred in the animated television series Beavis and Butt-head and King of the Hill. Along with writing and directing of the 90’s movie classic “Office Space”, is born in Ecuador on this day, although he grew up in New Mexico. 

Saturday- 10/18/1985: Nintendo releases the Nintendo Entertainment System (with Robotic Operating Buddy & Zapper light gun) for $125 in New York City

Sunday- 10/19/1995: Kevin Smith’s Mallrats starring Jason Lee, Jeremy London, Shannen Doherty, Claire Forlani, Ben Affleck and Stan “The Man” Lee is released. That’s right kids. Long before anyone else thought it was cool to put Stan Lee in to a comic book movie, Smith was doing it. Nuff Said. 

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Monday- 10/13/2006: Cartoonist Hilda Terry, creator of Teena & the first woman allowed to join the Nat’l Cartoonists Society dies at age 92

Tuesday- 10/14/2011: Apple releases the iPhone 4S to stores worldwide, introducing Siri and her amazing abilities 

Wednesday- 10/15/1981: The Evil Dead is released. It would go on to become a cult classic and spawn the careers of Sam Raimi and Bruce Campbell. Which would then one day lead to a jazz dancing symbiote possessed dark side Tobey Maguire Spiderman.

Thursday- 10/16/1923: The Walt Disney company is found by Walt and Roy Disney. 

Friday- 10/17/1962: Michael Craig “Mike” Judge, who created and starred in the animated television series Beavis and Butt-head and King of the Hill. Along with writing and directing of the 90’s movie classic “Office Space”, is born in Ecuador on this day, although he grew up in New Mexico. 

Saturday- 10/18/1985: Nintendo releases the Nintendo Entertainment System (with Robotic Operating Buddy & Zapper light gun) for $125 in New York City

Sunday- 10/19/1995: Kevin Smith’s Mallrats starring Jason Lee, Jeremy London, Shannen Doherty, Claire Forlani, Ben Affleck and Stan “The Man” Lee is released. That’s right kids. Long before anyone else thought it was cool to put Stan Lee in to a comic book movie, Smith was doing it. Nuff Said. 

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Enjoy this weeks sampling of the 50+ events & facts from this new edition of House Of HaHa’s Geek Week In History!

This week we remember the Gatekeeper, a Happy Birthday to a Star Trek captain, plus some classic episodes and the passing of the legend who made us believe a man could fly.

A safe & fun week to all!

Monday - 47 years ago on 10/6/1967: The Star Trek episode ‘Mirror, Mirror’ airs, introducing the Mirror Universe and the evil goatee. The Mirror Universe story continued on decades later in Star Trek books and episodes of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Star Trek Enterprise and the new web series Star Trek Continues. Which follows what happens right after this classic original series episode.

Tuesday - 11 years ago on 10/7/2003: The Terminator, Arnold Schwarzeneggar, is elected Governor of California, to become the Governator.

Wednesday - 65 years ago on 10/8/1949: Sigourney Weaver best geek known for her lead role as Ellen Ripley in Alien films, Ghostbusters Dana Barrett, Lieutenant Tawny Madison from Galaxy Quest and Dr. Grace Augustine from Avatar just to name a few is born in New York City, NY.

Thursday - 60 years ago on 10/9/1954: Scott Bakula, known for his role from the 80’s as Sam Beckett in the TV series Quantum Leap and as Captain Jonathan Archer from Star Trek: Enterprise is born in St. Louis, MO.

Friday - 10 years ago on 10/10/2004: The Man of Steel, Superman, Christopher Reeve passes away due to cardiac arrest caused by a reaction to an antibiotic

Saturday - 39 years ago on 10/11/1975: Saturday Night Live debuts, with guest host George Carlin.

Sunday - 22 years ago on 10/12/1992: James Doohan reprises his role as Scotty on the Star Trek: TNG episode ‘Relics’

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Follow House Of HaHa’s Geek Week In History in remembering that it was 25 years ago today on September 9th, 1989 the first episode of Doogie Howser, M.D. starring Neil Patrick Harris, airs on ABC. In the show, the date was actually September 21st where we get the first journal entry: “Today is my 16th birthday. A major milestone because my driver’s license is at long last a reality. Which means tomorrow, Sept. 22, I’ll be behind the wheel on the way to the Harvest Dance with Wanda Plenn, the prettiest most beautiful girl in the whole world.”
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Follow House Of HaHa’s Geek Week In History in remembering that it was 25 years ago today on September 9th, 1989 the first episode of Doogie Howser, M.D. starring Neil Patrick Harris, airs on ABC. 

In the show, the date was actually September 21st where we get the first journal entry: “Today is my 16th birthday. A major milestone because my driver’s license is at long last a reality. Which means tomorrow, Sept. 22, I’ll be behind the wheel on the way to the Harvest Dance with Wanda Plenn, the prettiest most beautiful girl in the whole world.”

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Follow House Of HaHa’s Geek Week In History in wishing a Happy 86th Birthday to actor Adam West of 60’s Batman TV series fame. Born September 9th 1928 in Seattle, WA as William West Anderson. He’s currently known for portraying eccentric or psychotically delusional characters, as well as his voice work on animated series such as The Fairly OddParents and Family Guy, in both of which he voices a fictional version of himself.Remember to follow House Of HaHa and come back to find out which “shiny” sci-fi show is having an anniversary tomorrow. CLICK below to find out now:Read more at www.GeekWeekInHistory.comLaugh more at www.HouseOfHaHa.com Have A Reasonable Day (:|)

Follow House Of HaHa’s Geek Week In History in wishing a Happy 86th Birthday to actor Adam West of 60’s Batman TV series fame. Born September 9th 1928 in Seattle, WA as William West Anderson. 

He’s currently known for portraying eccentric or psychotic
ally delusional characters, as well as his voice work on animated series such as The Fairly OddParents and Family Guy, in both of which he voices a fictional version of himself.

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Follow House Of HaHa’s Geek Week In History in wishing a Happy 41st Birthday to actor James Marsden. Born September 18th 1973 in Stillwater, Oklahoma. Marsden is best geek known for his portrayal of Scott Summers/Cyclops in the X-Men film series and staring in 2006’s Superman Returns. However before that he was know for being a Versace model and a number of guest appearances on TV shows like Saved by the Bell: The New Class, Touched by an Angel and Party of Five.Remember to follow House Of HaHa and come back tomorrow to find out which 60’s TV super hero actor icon is having a Birthday. Or CLICK below to find out right now:Read more at www.GeekWeekInHistory.comLaugh more at www.HouseOfHaHa.com Have A Reasonable Day (:|)
 
Follow House Of HaHa’s Geek Week In History in wishing a Happy 41st Birthday to actor James Marsden. Born September 18th 1973 in Stillwater, Oklahoma. 

Marsden is best geek known for his portrayal of Scott Summers/Cyclops in the X-Men film series and staring in 2006’s Superman Returns. 

However before that he was know for being a Versace model and a number of guest appearances on TV shows like Saved by the Bell: The New Class, Touched by an Angel and Party of Five.

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Follow House Of HaHa’s Geek Week In History in remembering that is was 12 years ago today on September 18th 2002 that the The newly re-titled Star Trek: Enterprise enters it’s second season, with ‘Shockwave, Part 2’. In it, a group of Suliban take over Enterprise, while Archer tries to return to the 22nd century from a changed timeline future.Remember to follow House Of HaHa and come back tomorrow to find out which 60’s TV super hero actor icon is having a Birthday. Or CLICK below to find out right now:Read more at www.GeekWeekInHistory.comLaugh more at www.HouseOfHaHa.com Have A Reasonable Day (:|)
 
Follow House Of HaHa’s Geek Week In History in remembering that is was 12 years ago today on September 18th 2002 that the The newly re-titled Star Trek: Enterprise enters it’s second season, with ‘Shockwave, Part 2’. 

In it, a group of Suliban take over Enterprise, while Archer tries to return to the 22nd century from a changed timeline future.

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Follow House Of HaHa’s Geek Week In History in wishing a Happy 49th Birthday to Bryan Singer. Born September 17th 1965, in New York City, New York.Best geek known for his body of work as executive producer of The Usual Suspects, Superman Returns, X-Men, X-Men 2, X-Men Origins: Wolverine, X-Men: First Class, X-Men: Days of Future Past and the coming X-Men: Apocalypse. Along with being a producer and director, known for the TV show House M.D. And since we’re talking X-Men, remember to follow House Of HaHa and come back to find out which X-Man has a birthday tomorrow. Or click below to find out now:Read more at www.GeekWeekInHistory.comLaugh more at www.HouseOfHaHa.com Have A Reasonable Day (:|)

Follow House Of HaHa’s Geek Week In History in wishing a Happy 49th Birthday to Bryan Singer. Born September 17th 1965, in New York City, New York.

Best geek known for his body of work as executive producer of The Usual Suspects, Superman Returns, X-Men, X-Men 2, X-Men Origins: Wolverine, X-Men: First Class, X-Men: Days of Future Past and the coming X-Men: Apocalypse. 

Along with being a producer and director, known for the TV show House M.D. 

And since we’re talking X-Men, remember to follow House Of HaHa and come back to find out which X-Man has a birthday tomorrow. 

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Follow House Of HaHa’s Geek Week In History in remembering that is was 37 years ago today on September 16th 1977 that season 2 of The New Adventures of Wonder Woman premieres with the episode ‘The Return of Wonder Woman’ and moves to CBS. And if you’re reading this, Lynda Carter, I love you even if you are most likely a succubus Remember to follow House Of HaHa and come back tomorrow to find out which life long comic book geek turned film director is having a birthday. Or if you just can’t wait find out, click below:Read more at www.GeekWeekInHistory.comLaugh more at www.HouseOfHaHa.com Have A Reasonable Day (:|)

Follow House Of HaHa’s Geek Week In History in remembering that is was 37 years ago today on September 16th 1977 that season 2 of The New Adventures of Wonder Woman premieres with the episode ‘The Return of Wonder Woman’ and moves to CBS. 

And if you’re reading this, Lynda Carter, I love you even if you are most likely a succubus 

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Follow House Of HaHa’s Geek Week In History in remembering that is was 18 years ago today on September 12, 1996 that Neil Gaiman's novel Neverwhereis published in conjunction with the television series of the same name. The plot and characters are exactly the same as in the series, with the exception that the novel form allowed Gaiman to expand and elaborate on certain elements of the story and restore changes made in the televised version from his original plans.Read more at www.GeekWeekInHistory.comLaugh more at www.HouseOfHaHa.com Remember to follow House Of HaHa & come back tomorrow for a Happy Birthday to Supernatural!!Have A Reasonable Day (:|)
 
Follow House Of HaHa’s Geek Week In History in remembering that is was 18 years ago today on September 12, 1996 that Neil Gaiman's novel Neverwhereis published in conjunction with the television series of the same name. 

The plot and characters are exactly the same as in the series, with the exception that the novel form allowed Gaiman to expand and elaborate on certain elements of the story and restore changes made in the televised version from his original plans.

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Someone who has take the idea of living by the way of the Bat to inspire them to take action in their life and commuinty. 

Someone who when faced when with a dilemma asks the question “What would the Dark Knight do?”

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